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Bloody Money [Explicit Lyrics, Import]

Mobb Deep, Mobb DeepAudio CD
3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (125 customer reviews)

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  • Audio CD (May 15, 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Explicit Lyrics, Import
  • Label: Universal
  • ASIN: B000FFCLR0
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (125 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,692,846 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Smoke It
2. Put 'Em In Their Place
3. Stole Something
4. Creep
5. Speaking So Freely
6. Backstage Pass
7. Give It To Me
8. Click Click
9. Pearly Gates
10. Capital P Capital H
11. Daydreamin'
12. Infamous
13. In Love With The Moulah
14. It's Alright
15. Have A Party
16. Outta Control
17. So Ill

Editorial Reviews

UK edition of their 2006 album includes one bonus track over the US edition, 'So Ill'. 17 tracks in all. The Infamous Mobb Deep are the pioneers of NYC's gangsta rap scene. 12 years in the game and rap classics like 'Drop A Gem On Em', 'Quiet Storm', 'Survival Of The Fittest' and 'Shook One's Pt II' (featured in the Eminem film '8 Mile') have cemented Mobb in hip hop's hall of fame. I ndividually known as Havoc and Prodigy one of their biggest fans 50 Cent liked them so much he signed them to his G Unit label and asked them to feature on his 'Massacre' world tour. Unmistakable production on 'Blood Money' has been provided by Mobb member Havoc, Eminem¨s DJ Alchemist, 50 Cent's right hand man Sha Money XL and the legendary Dr. Dre with guest MC's Lloyd Banks, Young Buck, Tony Yayo & 50 Cent completing this all-star line up. Universal. 2006.

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58 of 64 people found the following review helpful
Format:Audio CD
If anyone has listened to any form of hip hop or rap music as long as I have you know that Mobb Deep's career jump started once "Shook Ones Part 2" was released. "The Infamous" is and will always be Mobb Deep's best CD with classic tracks like "Survival Of The Fittest", "Give Up The Goods" w/Big Noyd, "Eye For A Eye" w/Nas & Raekwon, and "Drink Away The Pain". "Hell On Earth" was decent as well with tracks like "Drop A Gem On 'Em", "Extortion" w/Method Man and the title track. Then just when you thought Mobb Deep couldn't come anywhere close to "The Infamous" again they blessed us with "Murda Muzik". My favorite tracks ended up being "What's Ya Poison" w/Cormega, "The Realest" w/Kool G Rap, "It's Mine" w/Nas, "Where You From" w/8Ball and both versions of "Quiet Storm".

However, after one verse on Jay Z's "Takeover", Mobb Deep's career took a dive. After that, my man Prodigy has never been the same. I am not sure if the diss took something out of Mobb Deep, especially Prodigy, but they have never been the same. Don't get me wrong I have "Infamy", I even purchased the double disc "Free Agents: The Murda Mixtape". "Infamy" kept my attention for awhile with "Burn" w/Big Noyd, the classic "Get Away" and "Nothing Like Home" w/Littles but never in a million years would I have expected to see Mobb Deep on a track with 112. "Hey Luv (Anything)" while it was catchy did little to try to bring Mobb Deep back to some kind of respectability. "Amerika'z Nightmare", Mobb Deep's last CD, was definitely a step in the right direction. The 1st single "Got It Twisted" was a scorcher from The Alchemist, so was another favorite of mine, "Win Or Lose", as well as, "Throw Your Hands", produced by Kanye West and "One Of Ours" w/Jadakiss.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars this hurts me. May 26, 2006
Format:Audio CD
like any east coast rap fan mob deep is deff a part of my cd collection. from the infamous to americas nightmare. although i lost some respect when they started beefin with nas. but if ur a tru rap fan u will always hold respect for mobb deep. and its because of those rugged grimy lyrics and non comercial sound. i mean who could possible listen to shook ones and say they wernt feelin that track. it is tru after jigga dissed them it seems it took their game down a notch. but they still continued to rap with substance. i will continue to be a fan of the pre g-unit mobb deep.

now to the part that hurts me. im not dissin 50 im just stating the facts. the fact is this is no were even close to what mobb deep is all about. and i no it is part their fualt but they are rappin bout money ice and hoes. this is def 50 leadin them in the direction to make money and b comercial. the problem is the mobb cnt b comercial. they never tryed and thats y they were sick. but 50 cent is now puttin a very bad end to a great career. he is on almost every track i could have sworn havoc and prodigy were the only to member of the group. but i guess under g-unit 50 wants to be in mobb deep 2 more then half the tracks are about how g-unit gets all the groppies. and yes mobb deep is rappin about screwin chicks. hey it hurts me to say it. there are flashes of the old mobb the inafmous mobb. there is only on song produced by the alcamist and it is tight. i mean u sign him to g unit y not use him. i veiwed this cd as a chance for 50 cent to gain some respect back in the real rap game. i mean he had a blue print to make a classic raw mobb deep cd. he could have had the alchamist on every other track put m.o.p. on like 2 or 3 tracks.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Mobb Deep - Blood Money May 2, 2006
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Mobb Deep's seventh album is "Blood Money" (2006). The duo of Prodigy and Havoc have released some excellent albums over the years, my own favorites being "The Infamous" & "Hell on Earth". This is also Mobb Deep's first release since they signed with 50 Cent and aligned themselves with G-Unit. I think this disturbed a lot of old time fans- and maybe with good reason. My opinion has always been it doesn't really matter where Mobb Deep is at as long as they are making quality music. Guest appearances on this release come from G-Unit's: Lloyd Banks, 50 Cent, Young Buck, Tony Yayo, with Mary J Blige and Nate Dogg also providing contributions. After the intro Mobb Deep get things going with the single "Put Em In There Place", it's a decent track but the beat and hook are the type that I find to get repetitive real quickly. "Stole Something" and "Creep" fall under skip material for me, Lloyd Banks is especially bland on the first cut, both tracks have all parties sounding sluggish. Mobb Deep step things up a little bit for the ominous "Speakin So Freely". "Backstage Pass" is hurting, why would anyone care to hear about Mobb Deep talking to their groupies. Young Buck and Tony Yayo do little to elevate the next two cuts. The hardest hitting track on this release for me is "Pearly Gates", 50 Cent laces this cut with an impressive chorus, while Havoc lays down the first two verses and Prodigy finishes it with his own anti religious thoughts (which may piss some people off). "Daydreaming" is a sort of rags to riches joint where Mobb relish the fact they have made it, the next tracks are really the same format in that they are about getting paid. Read more ›
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5.0 out of 5 stars Infamous Mobb, M.O.B.B.
I don't understand all the hatred for this Mobb Deep album release 'Blood Money'. Is it the fact Mobb Deep signed with G-Unit? I don't blame them for signing this deal. Read more
Published 22 months ago by MAX JULIEN M.B.
3.0 out of 5 stars Good album i thought
so many people were hatin Mobb Deep when they signed with G Unit but this album wasnt bad at all...there's one or two tracks that arent all that great but for the most part is was... Read more
Published on July 27, 2011 by ljtheprophet
2.0 out of 5 stars Is this Mobb Deep?
This album was just not the sound I was expecting from Mobb Deep even if they did sign with G-Unit. I miss that Infamous, Hell on Earth sound. I guess its gone forever. Read more
Published on January 28, 2008 by Brian D. Crump
1.0 out of 5 stars Mobb deep been fell off since murda muzik... Fake nu ggaz!
Mobb deep's "blood money" pretty much is wack as far as production goes and lirycaly its trash...Mobb sleep is tired and they do not care about the music, i quess. Read more
Published on May 27, 2007 by T. macedo
2.0 out of 5 stars Mobb Deep takes a BIG turn
This Mobb album is different, but its still MOBB. Like time, style changes up, whether you like it or not. For example, Bone Thugs N their E. Read more
Published on February 3, 2007 by Mary Ann Frisbie
1.0 out of 5 stars G-Euniched
I am a Mobb Deep fan since Juvenile Hell, but they been G-Euniched. In Blood Money, the first mistake was having their executive producer being "50 Cents" instead of themselves or... Read more
Published on January 5, 2007 by B. Apollo
1.0 out of 5 stars G UNIT IS GARBAGE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Published on October 6, 2006 by Ricardo Quintana
3.0 out of 5 stars Dissapointing, and weak for an MD joint, not totally horrible.
I'm a Mobb Deep fan from wayback. I'm down with Mobbphonics, and have followed Mobb Deep since they dropped The Infamous. Read more
Published on September 28, 2006 by Pablo
2.0 out of 5 stars (2.5 Stars) This 'Money' Ain't Talkin, but the B.S. Is Walkin!
Mobb Deep have been grinding since I can remember. Even in the early days of The Infamous, they were known to the true hip-hop heads but struggled to be acknowledged from the... Read more
Published on September 8, 2006 by Charles L. Hubbert
2.0 out of 5 stars Still Mobb Deep
First off I don't care that they signed with G-Unit I could give a f**k. It is just there lyrics are getting weaker. Putting 50 on the tracks don't really help anything. Read more
Published on August 26, 2006 by Horrorman
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50 is wear the money is at dog him and mobb deep teared it up at da gig in wembley last year with sha money xl this will b mobb's, not g units moment
Mar 27, 2006 by B. Owen |  See all 22 posts
Where's tha M-O-B-B?!
Nas has had beef with Mobb Deep since like him and Mega hate G-Unit and way you'd see Noyd, Mega, or Nas on a G-Unit album.
Apr 28, 2006 by ctrx |  See all 5 posts
I feel ya, this album blows!!!
May 12, 2006 by Ray Shurn Jr. |  See all 5 posts
blood money
i dont...but i bet theres a bigggggggg gun on the front
Mar 16, 2006 by ComaBlack13 |  See all 2 posts
Mobb deep died after hell on earth Be the first to reply
G UNIT IS GARBAGE!!!!!!!!!!... Be the first to reply
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